CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Justice W. Anderson, President of Amerx Health Care Corporation, a division of Procyon Corporation (OTC:PCYN), announced that Amerx has been awarded a Federal Supply Service 6511A Medical Equipment & Supplies Contract effective June 15, 2012 through June 14, 2017.
“Amerx Health Care is excited about the opportunity to provide Amerigel® Advanced Skin and Wound Care products to physicians and wound care professionals caring for our soldiers and veterans. Diabetes is on the rise in our nation and the number of veterans in need of advanced wound care options is increasing every year due to the effects of diabetes. We feel that Amerigel® offers an ideal fit for VA Hospitals, Clinics and Wound Care Centers looking to provide faster healing, reduced infection rates and a reduction in overall wound care costs. Amerx is looking forward to working together to deliver solutions for the treatment of chronic ulcers, post-surgical wounds and conditions related to diabetic skin with use of the Amerigel® product line,” said Anderson.
Amerigel® products are recognized as one of the leading non-graft wound care/ulcer treatments by physicians who treat foot, ankle and lower extremity conditions. In addition to the products’ effectiveness; physicians site Amerigel’s® affordability and ease of use as key benefits. The Amerigel® product line includes AmeriGel® Hydrogel Wound Dressing, AmeriGel® Hydrogel Saturated Gauze Dressing, Amerigel® Post-Op Kits, Amerigel® Care Lotion, Amerigel® Barrier Lotion and Amerigel® Wound Wash.
For on-line access to contract ordering information, terms and pricing go to GSA Advantage at www.GSAAdvantage.gov. For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules, click on the FSS Schedules button at: fss.gsa.gov. FSS Contract Administrator: Arthur W. Simonetti, (727) 443-0530 ext. 211 or e-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. For product information, click on the Healthcare Providers button at www.AMERIGEL.com.
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